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s to feel some of the effects of the crisis in America. Cotton, which is the raw material of its manufactories, is becoming rare and costly. A deputation of manufacturers has gone to Madrid to pray, among other things, for a reduction of the duty on cotton." The Havre Chamber of Commerce recently wrote a letter to the Minister of Commerce to express hopes that measures would be taken to protect French interests in the present state of American polities. He replied: Paris, May 23, 1861. Gentlemen: You did me the honor on the 4th inst. to treat of the hostilities which have commenced between the two sections (fractions) of the old (ancients) American Union, and the first measures which have been their consequences. You next express the hope that efficacious measures may be taken by the Imperial Government to guarantee the important interests of French commerce in those waters. These interests have, as you expected, been the object of all my solicitude. I have b